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... sign and I raked up the debris in the dark afterwards!
We attached a GoPro to the cart housing the exploding shells so I have some awesome, awaiting-edit footage to display: watch this space!
What a New Years Eve. We were fed some mighty steak and sausage sandwiches, drank lots of lemon juice, completed a very successful show then headed to Ricky's apartment for a well-earned sleep in a genuine Aussie swag...on the living room floor.
... Spent an hour exploring this magnificent building with its wonderful stain glass windows. Came across the chapel of St Christopher, the patron saint of travellers and children so thought this an appropriate place to sit and pray for a while. Very peaceful. Leaving the Cathedral I decided to go further up the hill to find the top and hopeful wonderful views over the ocean. Short ...
... different wares. So much nicer than just going to Target or Myer etc. I wish we had some of these shops in Hobart - they would be so popular! I'm starting to feel really bad that there are all these little towns in Australia that I never knew existed. It's quite exciting to see where we may end up next, Further to our 'big' win on the pokies from last night, tonight it was MY turn, and I won the grand sum of $6.65!!! WooHoo! Gamblers Anonymous here we ...
... was no Sunday School this morning, due to school holidays. Off to South Lakes for the meeting - we had a great exhort on Revelation 18. Some fantastic practical lessons about being separate from everything Babylon exemplifies.
We joined the young people for hot chips at the park, before heading off to Shingle Splitters point on Lake Macquarie. It was exceedingly windy, and we wondered how the baptism scheduled for the afternoon would go in such weather. ...
... supposed to be an hour long but because we were both enjoying ourselves so much - Jennifer's very passionate and knowledgeable about the history but she also loves England - we ended up disappearing for an hour and three quarters! The other guides joked about being ready to send in a search party when we finally emerged back outside. It was incredibly interesting hearing about the history of the fort and also the restoration, as well as about their ...
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